The national survey research center at Renmin University of China (NSRC) is an interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary comprehensive research institution directly under Renmin University of China. The purpose of the center is to scientifically, systematically and comprehensively collect, sort out, store and develop China's economic and social survey data, conduct research and development of survey methods and related technologies, implement large-scale scientific research projects of great scientific and practical significance, and provide data support for scientific research and government decision-making.
China Survey and data center (NSRC) focuses on China's economic and social data, focusing on data collection, data storage and data development.
China Survey and data center (NSRC) and 53 colleges and universities in China formed the "China Social Survey Network (cssn)", which organized and implemented large-scale long-term follow-up surveys, such as China Comprehensive Social Survey (CGSS), China Education tracking survey (CEPs), China religion Survey (CRS), China Elderly Social tracking survey (class), college students' growth tracking survey (CSSS), 1000 people and 100 villages survey The project has built a large-scale, national, all-round, multi-level, continuous and independent social science basic data collection platform.
Commissioned by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, China National Survey and data center (NSRC) has built China's first social science survey data database, China National Survey Database (cnsda), which has created a precedent for the opening and sharing of social science data in China.
China research and data center (NSRC) relies on powerful data resources to compile and publish China Development Index (rcdi) year by year, and continuously publishes "China Development Report", "China comprehensive social survey report", "China University Students Development Report" and "China religion survey report".
China Survey and data center (NSRC) initiated the East Asia Social Survey (ease) project, representing China to join the international social survey Cooperation Organization (ISSP). It is the exclusive partner of ICPSR, the world's largest social science data database, in China, and serves as a window for China's opening up and exchange in the field of economic and social data.